I made the move to eBooks back in 2003, but I still have hundreds and hundreds of print titles in my personal library. One thing I don’t have is an easy way to organize them in a digital format, so I’m jumping on the Giveaway of the Day before it expires at midnight tonight. All My Books for Windows machines is the freebie today; it normally costs $35 for a client license. [Yes, I’m grabbing a desktop client app… just in case my web-only experiment goes south!]
With All My Books, you don’t have to enter much information on your books. Simply fill in the title, author or ISBN number and it goes out to the web to pull in the remaining information for you, including a picture of the cover! Looks like there’s a number of export options to use the data as you see fit: XLS, CSV, HTML, and more. For free, it’s worth a try… especially if you have several library shelves like I do. Seriously… my shelves came from a an old library I used to work at!